Can someone please explain the difference between using regular てform and ている？ I understand using them to connect sentences but the actual meanings ofている gets a little confusing considering it has 3 difference uses concerning verbs.
Thanks so much!
the て form means 'and' , kind of type meaning.
But ている form means that you are -ing 'doing' something.
I dank my coffee and studied.
My friend is watching TV.
Ask me more if that's not clear.
November 6, 2017
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